Georgie Capron is a bestselling author of commercial women’s fiction.  She lives and works in South West London.  Her second book IT WAS ALWAYS YOU was published on August 1st 2017.  Her debut novel JUST THE TWO OF US was published by Aria Fiction in February 2017.  It soared up the Amazon bestsellers list, reaching #4 in Contemporary Romance. She is currently working on her third novel.

Georgie Capron Twitter Post1“LOVED this book!! I fell in love with the characters and was disappointed when I got to the last page for wanting more. Georgie has an exceptional skill of writing so that you feel like you are almost watching it as a movie in your mind’s eye. The storyline kept me going right until the end in suspense of how this beautiful story would turn out. Downloading her next book immediately!”
Jodie Bruce-Clarke, Amazon review


“Georgie Capron has got a wonderfully breezy, engaging and witty writing style that draws the reader into the story from the very first sentence and keeps them entertained until the very end! Witty, warm-hearted and sparkling with evocative descriptions of Italy, It Was Always You is a spellbinding read I did not want to end! Packed with wonderful characters, humour, pathos and charm, It Was Always You is an enchanting summer tale from a wonderful new writer of women’s fiction.” Julie, Bookish Jottings


Just the Two of Us: “A big topic written with a wonderfully light touch. I raced through this gorgeous story – I just had to find out what happened to loveable, relatable Lucy.” Catherine Bennetto, author of How Not to Fall in Love, Actually 

“A beautifully written, thought-provoking read… Full of laughter, tears and uncertainty, Just the Two of Us will leave your heart glowing and your soul hugged. Georgie Capron has truly blown me away with her debut novel and I cannot wait to see what she comes up with next.” The Writing Garnet 


“I forgot it was a book and got lost in another dimension, of love, and hope.”

***** Review by Bookworm (Amazon)

“A lovely story, well written and holding your interest with every twist and turn, of which there were plenty.”

***** review by Sally Pragnell (Amazon)